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PJ MASKS LOGO.png This article is about a counterpart of a character/exclusive character that only exists in the Cartoon Continuity of Les Pyjamasques.

For the character's mainstream counterpart, see Sorceline.

Luna Girl

Real Name


Current Alias

Luna Girl


Bad Guys United (formerly)

Base of Operations

Moon (formerly)


Good (sometimes)


Secret Identity






Cartoon Continuity


Her Moths
Motsuki (adoptive sister; former ally)
Romeo and Robot (sometimes; formerly)
Night Ninja and his Ninjalinos (mostly)
Catboy (sometimes)
Owlette (sometimes)
Gekko (sometimes)
PJ Robot (sometimes)
Wolfy Kids (sometimes; formerly)
An Yu
Newton Star (sometimes)


Catboy, Owlette, and Gekko
PJ Robot
Newton Star
Romeo and Robot (often)
Night Ninja and his Ninjalinos (sometimes)
The Wolfy Kids (rivalry)
Motsuki (rivalry)
Pharaoh Boy
Cat Stripe King
Eagle Owl
Power Lizard


The moon
Her moths
Playing soccer
The PJ Masks (sometimes)
Gekko's trust
Luna crystals
Cheek rubs with Motsuki (when Motsuki was a normal moth)
Having a sister
Slumber parties
Being invited
Tea parties
Mushy stuff (sometimes)
An Yu


The PJ Masks
Catboy and Owlette's distrust (when helping them)
Losing her luna crystal
Losing her moths
When something is wrong with the moon
Someone messing with Motsuki
The Wolfy Kids
Motsuki's annoyance
Motsuki being in trouble
Not being invited
Mushy stuff
Newton Star
Pharaoh Boy
Not living on the moon

Debut appearance

"Catboy's Cloudy Crisis"

Voice actress

United States of America United States of America
Canada Canada
Brianna Daguanno
France France
Rose Alloing

Luna Girl is the secondary antagonist, but occasionally an anti-hero, in the television series PJ Masks. She is a thief and a mysterious girl that uses a moon-shaped device to control things and has a swarm of moths to help her with her evil deeds, and is the vigilante descendant of Sorceline from an alternate universe. She is an eponymous character in "Luna and the Wolfies," "Bye Bye Bad Luna," and "Owlette's Luna Trouble."

Official Website description

Luna Girl wants all the daytime things for herself and she’ll have a terrible tantrum if she doesn’t get her way!


Personal behavior and traits

Luna Girl can be very selfish, malicious, manipulative and stingy. She tends to become attached to certain items such as a whistle, a microphone, and even a miniature statue.

Luna Girl tends to have a terrible tantrum whenever things don't go her way or whenever her plans fail. One of the episodes that majorly emphasized this trait was "Luna's Cosmic Tantrum."

Luna Girl has never been afraid of committing devious and somewhat twisted acts;

  • In "Gekko and the Snore-A-Saurus," she used Cameron as a sleepwalking puppet with her powers.
  • In "Catboy's Flying Fiasco," she pretended to be Connor's great aunt and tricked him into thinking she gave him a hoverboard, but it was actually her disguised Luna Board which was used to cause flying dangers for Catboy.
  • In "Gekko Saves Christmas," she attempted to steal every child's Christmas presents, therefore attempting to ruin Christmas for children entirely.
  • In "Owlette's Feathered Friend," she used a bird to attempt to break into the PJ Masks Headquarters.
  • In "Gekko's Blame Campaign," she spited Gekko and used his growing anger to have him almost destroy HQ while using Cameron's stolen race car.
  • In "Moonfizzle Balls," she tried to enslave everyone by brainwashing them with her Moonfizzle Balls to become her loyal subjects that would worship her and the Moon.
  • In "Halloween Tricksters," she teamed up with Night Ninja and the Wolfy Kids to steal every child's Halloween goody bags, therefore attempting to ruin Halloween for children entirely.
  • In "Moon Madness," she shut off the moon beam so that Catboy would be stranded in space while she steals everything in the city.
  • In "Moth on the Moon," she sends out two moths to encourage the PJ Masks to get into arguments with each other in order to collect bad energy that is needed to hatch Motsuki.

Relationship with the PJ Masks

Being a villain, she is quite antagonistic against the PJ Masks, but there is a possibility that she secretly likes them.

  • In "Catboy's Tricky Ticket," she can be heard humming their theme song as she flies away on her Luna Board.
  • In "Gekko Saves Christmas," the PJ Masks let her spend Christmas with them.
  • In "Gekko and the Mighty Moon Problem," she teamed up with them to stop Romeo's plan of carving his face on the moon.
  • In "Catboy and the Lunar Dome," she was friendly towards Catboy after he taught her some dance moves. They concluded the episode by saying the team's ending catchphrase together, but modified: "PJ Masks, all shout hooray, cause in the night, we saved the par-tay!"
  • In "Owlette's Luna Trouble," she helped them to save the moon and even their HQ from Romeo.
  • In "Ninja Moths," she thanked the PJ Masks, specifically Gekko, for reuniting her with her moths.
  • In "Moonbreaker," Catboy and Owlette, except Gekko, became distrustful of her, for trapping them with the Moon Crystal, when she tried to convince them to give it to her to stop Romeo, but they learned their lesson that they should put aside their suspicions and let her help them stop Romeo.
  • In "Romeo's Crystal Clear Plan," she tells the PJ Masks it wasn't her who stole the Moon Crystal, and they quickly realize that she was telling the truth.
  • In "Best Friends Forever," she faked being sad and lonely to trick the PJ Masks into letting her in their HQ, and she and Owlette are seen in Owlette's HQ room, talking and laughing with each other. Then after hearing Owlette saying that she and Luna Girl might be best friends forever someday, Luna Girl begins to wonder if they can be best friends forever until Motsuki appears looking annoyed and thought that she was deciding to not be a bad guy anymore.
  • In "PJ Party Crasher," she compliments Owlette on her room, saying that she loves how Owlette decorated her room. She also helps Owlette save her party and the boys from Motsuki. Later, she was invited to her sleepover.

Relationship with her moths

As mentioned before, she has several moths that help her travel during her plots. Luna Girl sometimes mistreats them and occasionally acts stubborn towards their warning attempts (as emphasized in "Catboy's Flying Fiasco"), but she loves them despite this. Her moths almost permanently left her after a long night of verbal criticism. Another time Luna Girl's moths turned against her was in "Ninja Moths" after verbally criticizing their behavior. And the third time Luna Girl's moths turned against her was in "Bye Bye Bad Luna" after they grew tired of her verbally-abusive treatment.

Relationship with Motsuki

In "Moon Madness" and "Glowy Moths," Luna Girl and Motsuki used to get along together, but from then on in "Moth on the Moon," they bicker and argue with each other due to Motsuki being treated as a baby. However, in a few episodes such as "Moonwolfy," they sometimes get along like before, and in "Heroes of the Sky," she cares about Motsuki when she got worried about her being in danger. It is noted that they have started getting along with each other more in Season 4, though there are some instances where they still argue with each other.

As of the Season 5 episode "Luna Goes Too Far," Luna Girl and Motsuki became bitter rivals towards each other after the former showed no remorse for her negative attitude and actions towards the latter, attempting to take her teleport powers away (which resulted in placing everyone in danger) and angrily admitting that she disliked living on the moon with her.

Motives & abilities


Luna Girl is motivated by her desire to have the things she wants by any means necessary, so most of her appearances involve her stealing toys, but only for selfish and stingy reasons. Luna Girl tends to also steal objects other than toys such as a golden microphone, an owl statue etc.


  • Luna Board: Luna Girl owns a hoverboard-like object called the "Luna Board" which she uses as transportation (on occasion she allows her moths to carry her places). She is able to summon the hoverboard by shouting out its name.
  • Luna Magnet: She owns a "Luna Magnet" which can fire a tractor beam to attract objects she wants or traps people in a moon bubble (introduced in "Way of the Woofy").
  • Luna Wand: Her Luna Magnet can become extra powerful when Luna Girl inserts a harvest Moon Crystal into it, and it turns into a "Luna Wand". If Luna Girl has her Luna Wand and is on the moon, she can grow large clumps of moon crystals to block or trap people and even heal the moon if it is cracked. Additionally, her Luna Wand can track Gekko when he uses his Super Gekko Camouflage, almost like a kind of heat sensor. In the episode "Owlette's Luna Trouble," Luna Girl loses her powers when an eclipse occurs. It becomes difficult for her to fly and balance on her Luna Board, and her Luna Magnet doesn't work either.

Physical appearance

Luna Girl is identical to Sorceline in appearance, but she appears with a mischief expression instead of Sorceline's grouchy look, and Luna Girl has a smaller mouth than Sorceline. Her black sleeves at her suit is more extended, the lunar eclipse symbol is slightly different, and her hair is silvery gray which is covered in sparkles.